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  • kitaradkitarad Member EpicPosts: 5,743
    I went and added my downvote too.
    Nilden

  • PhryPhry Member LegendaryPosts: 11,004
    Well, it will be a short lived disaster, putting Diablo on mobile instead of doing something to improving the existing game, calling it 'immortal' the only way they could possibly make it any worse would be to use a company like Netease to do it  :p
  • Slapshot1188Slapshot1188 Member LegendaryPosts: 11,932
    DMKano said:
    Nyctelios said:
    Well, nobody here is saying their move does not make sense @DMKano
    We are saying we dislike it.

    They have their right to opt to pull some candy crush fiscal year carnival move...

    And we have the right to dislike it because as fans of their IPs it does not take our desires in consideration.

    I don't get your point in trying to see their side. We know their side: Money. Edit to add: We just expected more from them. Because we like them. Such cheap move is something below them.

    I am saying that us disliking it has zero impact on Blizzards bottom line in case of Diablo mobile.

    This is literally none of Blizzards concern - they knew that Diablo mobile would have zero appeal to your average Blizzcon patron - these are not your mobile players.

    They still chose to announce it at Blizzcon because they lose nothing if the crowd was disappointed, so might as well do it

    You are totally off base with these comments.  It’s like saying that you are going to announce the new McDonalds McVeggie Burger at the largest cattle farmer convention.  And then when you get booed say “ You all eat veggies don’t you?”

    Your comments on this thread seem quite off base and skewed from reality.

    This was a pure PR fuckup. Does that mean they will never make money with Diablo phone games? No. But even if you asked the stuttering and stammering guys on stage they would tell you in hindsight it was a fucking ridiculously bad idea.
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  • AlbatroesAlbatroes Member LegendaryPosts: 7,151
    Phry said:
    Well, it will be a short lived disaster, putting Diablo on mobile instead of doing something to improving the existing game, calling it 'immortal' the only way they could possibly make it any worse would be to use a company like Netease to do it  :p
    Exactly, this is the type of thing you slide in with at least a D3 expansion, hell people would've even been less pissed off if they announced D2 remastered which was almost a guarantee for this year.
    Phry
  • Slapshot1188Slapshot1188 Member LegendaryPosts: 11,932
    DMKano said:
    DMKano said:
    Nyctelios said:
    Well, nobody here is saying their move does not make sense @DMKano
    We are saying we dislike it.

    They have their right to opt to pull some candy crush fiscal year carnival move...

    And we have the right to dislike it because as fans of their IPs it does not take our desires in consideration.

    I don't get your point in trying to see their side. We know their side: Money. Edit to add: We just expected more from them. Because we like them. Such cheap move is something below them.

    I am saying that us disliking it has zero impact on Blizzards bottom line in case of Diablo mobile.

    This is literally none of Blizzards concern - they knew that Diablo mobile would have zero appeal to your average Blizzcon patron - these are not your mobile players.

    They still chose to announce it at Blizzcon because they lose nothing if the crowd was disappointed, so might as well do it.

    Mobile players are often unaware of upcoming games because every day there's a huge number of them released. The ones that bubble to the top have huge marketing campaigns behind them - Blizzard can do that no problem.

    People have every right to be upset about whatever they want - it's a bit delusional to think that Blizzard has any obligations to live up to everyone's expectations as far as what products they release.

    The core issue is - unmet expectations create disappointment,  and that is not Blizzards problem, people have to manage their own expectations 


    You think no one at Blizzard cares that this is happening?

    I'm sorry but you're wrong. They are busting their balls right now trying to keep it quiet and minimize the damage. They would not be doing that if it didn't matter.

    I am telling you that Blizzard knew about the backlash and was ready to do damage control months ago. 


    Well, the stuttering and stammering guys on the stage that everyone could see were stunned by the crowd's reaction would beg to disagree with you.

    Follow that up by the utter lack of simultaneous PR spin in the media and it's clear to everyone that this was NOT a reaction that Blizzard expected. 

    Did they recently hire Scott Hartsman or something?

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  • ConstantineMerusConstantineMerus Member EpicPosts: 2,695
    DMKano said:
    DMKano said:
    Nyctelios said:
    Well, nobody here is saying their move does not make sense @DMKano
    We are saying we dislike it.

    They have their right to opt to pull some candy crush fiscal year carnival move...

    And we have the right to dislike it because as fans of their IPs it does not take our desires in consideration.

    I don't get your point in trying to see their side. We know their side: Money. Edit to add: We just expected more from them. Because we like them. Such cheap move is something below them.

    I am saying that us disliking it has zero impact on Blizzards bottom line in case of Diablo mobile.

    This is literally none of Blizzards concern - they knew that Diablo mobile would have zero appeal to your average Blizzcon patron - these are not your mobile players.

    They still chose to announce it at Blizzcon because they lose nothing if the crowd was disappointed, so might as well do it.

    Mobile players are often unaware of upcoming games because every day there's a huge number of them released. The ones that bubble to the top have huge marketing campaigns behind them - Blizzard can do that no problem.

    People have every right to be upset about whatever they want - it's a bit delusional to think that Blizzard has any obligations to live up to everyone's expectations as far as what products they release.

    The core issue is - unmet expectations create disappointment,  and that is not Blizzards problem, people have to manage their own expectations 


    You think no one at Blizzard cares that this is happening?

    I'm sorry but you're wrong. They are busting their balls right now trying to keep it quiet and minimize the damage. They would not be doing that if it didn't matter.

    I am telling you that Blizzard knew about the backlash and was ready to do damage control months ago. 


    Well, the stuttering and stammering guys on the stage that everyone could see were stunned by the crowd's reaction would beg to disagree with you.

    Follow that up by the utter lack of simultaneous PR spin in the media and it's clear to everyone that this was NOT a reaction that Blizzard expected. 

    Did they recently hire Scott Hartsman or something?

    Apparently their master plan is to keep removing and re-uploading the video on YouTube to flee the negative votes and removing all the negative comments. I'm glad they were ready to damage control for months, otherwise they might've ended up doing something silly! 
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  • AlbatroesAlbatroes Member LegendaryPosts: 7,151
    edited November 2018
    DMKano said:
    DMKano said:
    Nyctelios said:
    Well, nobody here is saying their move does not make sense @DMKano
    We are saying we dislike it.

    They have their right to opt to pull some candy crush fiscal year carnival move...

    And we have the right to dislike it because as fans of their IPs it does not take our desires in consideration.

    I don't get your point in trying to see their side. We know their side: Money. Edit to add: We just expected more from them. Because we like them. Such cheap move is something below them.

    I am saying that us disliking it has zero impact on Blizzards bottom line in case of Diablo mobile.

    This is literally none of Blizzards concern - they knew that Diablo mobile would have zero appeal to your average Blizzcon patron - these are not your mobile players.

    They still chose to announce it at Blizzcon because they lose nothing if the crowd was disappointed, so might as well do it.

    Mobile players are often unaware of upcoming games because every day there's a huge number of them released. The ones that bubble to the top have huge marketing campaigns behind them - Blizzard can do that no problem.

    People have every right to be upset about whatever they want - it's a bit delusional to think that Blizzard has any obligations to live up to everyone's expectations as far as what products they release.

    The core issue is - unmet expectations create disappointment,  and that is not Blizzards problem, people have to manage their own expectations 


    You think no one at Blizzard cares that this is happening?

    I'm sorry but you're wrong. They are busting their balls right now trying to keep it quiet and minimize the damage. They would not be doing that if it didn't matter.

    I am telling you that Blizzard knew about the backlash and was ready to do damage control months ago. 


    Well, the stuttering and stammering guys on the stage that everyone could see were stunned by the crowd's reaction would beg to disagree with you.

    Follow that up by the utter lack of simultaneous PR spin in the media and it's clear to everyone that this was NOT a reaction that Blizzard expected. 

    Did they recently hire Scott Hartsman or something?

    Apparently their master plan is to keep removing and re-uploading the video on YouTube to flee the negative votes and removing all the negative comments. I'm glad they were ready to damage control for months, otherwise they might've ended up doing something silly! 
    The sad thing in Blizzard's mind is that they'll probably end up thinking people are disliking it just to see how many dislikes each get instead of disliking it cause its bad. I guess they can hire me for PR ideas if they haven't thought of that idea already.
    Post edited by Albatroes on
  • blueturtle13blueturtle13 Member LegendaryPosts: 12,123
    DMKano said:
    DMKano said:
    Nyctelios said:
    Well, nobody here is saying their move does not make sense @DMKano
    We are saying we dislike it.

    They have their right to opt to pull some candy crush fiscal year carnival move...

    And we have the right to dislike it because as fans of their IPs it does not take our desires in consideration.

    I don't get your point in trying to see their side. We know their side: Money. Edit to add: We just expected more from them. Because we like them. Such cheap move is something below them.

    I am saying that us disliking it has zero impact on Blizzards bottom line in case of Diablo mobile.

    This is literally none of Blizzards concern - they knew that Diablo mobile would have zero appeal to your average Blizzcon patron - these are not your mobile players.

    They still chose to announce it at Blizzcon because they lose nothing if the crowd was disappointed, so might as well do it.

    Mobile players are often unaware of upcoming games because every day there's a huge number of them released. The ones that bubble to the top have huge marketing campaigns behind them - Blizzard can do that no problem.

    People have every right to be upset about whatever they want - it's a bit delusional to think that Blizzard has any obligations to live up to everyone's expectations as far as what products they release.

    The core issue is - unmet expectations create disappointment,  and that is not Blizzards problem, people have to manage their own expectations 


    You think no one at Blizzard cares that this is happening?

    I'm sorry but you're wrong. They are busting their balls right now trying to keep it quiet and minimize the damage. They would not be doing that if it didn't matter.

    I am telling you that Blizzard knew about the backlash and was ready to do damage control months ago. 


    Well, the stuttering and stammering guys on the stage that everyone could see were stunned by the crowd's reaction would beg to disagree with you.

    Follow that up by the utter lack of simultaneous PR spin in the media and it's clear to everyone that this was NOT a reaction that Blizzard expected. 

    Did they recently hire Scott Hartsman or something?

    Agreed. Kano is not correct about this. Blizzard honestly thought this would be better received. To think otherwise is naïve at best.
    Yes there is a ton of money in mobile and Blizz wants in on the action. Yet NetEase is doing all the heavy lifting on this title or did already with 'Endless of God' being what this title is.  

    Blizzard completely dropped the ball with this and most of their IPs. 

    Blizzard is a shell of their former self as are their titles.  
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  • ConstantineMerusConstantineMerus Member EpicPosts: 2,695
    DMKano said:
    DMKano said:
    Nyctelios said:
    Well, nobody here is saying their move does not make sense @DMKano
    We are saying we dislike it.

    They have their right to opt to pull some candy crush fiscal year carnival move...

    And we have the right to dislike it because as fans of their IPs it does not take our desires in consideration.

    I don't get your point in trying to see their side. We know their side: Money. Edit to add: We just expected more from them. Because we like them. Such cheap move is something below them.

    I am saying that us disliking it has zero impact on Blizzards bottom line in case of Diablo mobile.

    This is literally none of Blizzards concern - they knew that Diablo mobile would have zero appeal to your average Blizzcon patron - these are not your mobile players.

    They still chose to announce it at Blizzcon because they lose nothing if the crowd was disappointed, so might as well do it.

    Mobile players are often unaware of upcoming games because every day there's a huge number of them released. The ones that bubble to the top have huge marketing campaigns behind them - Blizzard can do that no problem.

    People have every right to be upset about whatever they want - it's a bit delusional to think that Blizzard has any obligations to live up to everyone's expectations as far as what products they release.

    The core issue is - unmet expectations create disappointment,  and that is not Blizzards problem, people have to manage their own expectations 


    You think no one at Blizzard cares that this is happening?

    I'm sorry but you're wrong. They are busting their balls right now trying to keep it quiet and minimize the damage. They would not be doing that if it didn't matter.

    I am telling you that Blizzard knew about the backlash and was ready to do damage control months ago. 


    Well, the stuttering and stammering guys on the stage that everyone could see were stunned by the crowd's reaction would beg to disagree with you.

    Follow that up by the utter lack of simultaneous PR spin in the media and it's clear to everyone that this was NOT a reaction that Blizzard expected. 

    Did they recently hire Scott Hartsman or something?

    Agreed. Kano is not correct about this. Blizzard honestly thought this would be better received. To think otherwise is naïve at best.
    Yes there is a ton of money in mobile and Blizz wants in on the action. Yet NetEase is doing all the heavy lifting on this title or did already with 'Endless of God' being what this title is.  

    Blizzard completely dropped the ball with this and most of their IPs. 

    Blizzard is a shell of their former self as are their titles.  
    Their recent 'dehype' is a testament to how low they have fallen. What other company has ever made an announcement to bar their fans of becoming excited about their upcoming product? The sheer lack of confidence was just pathetic. 
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  • AlbatroesAlbatroes Member LegendaryPosts: 7,151
    edited November 2018
    DMKano said:
    DMKano said:
    Nyctelios said:
    Well, nobody here is saying their move does not make sense @DMKano
    We are saying we dislike it.

    They have their right to opt to pull some candy crush fiscal year carnival move...

    And we have the right to dislike it because as fans of their IPs it does not take our desires in consideration.

    I don't get your point in trying to see their side. We know their side: Money. Edit to add: We just expected more from them. Because we like them. Such cheap move is something below them.

    I am saying that us disliking it has zero impact on Blizzards bottom line in case of Diablo mobile.

    This is literally none of Blizzards concern - they knew that Diablo mobile would have zero appeal to your average Blizzcon patron - these are not your mobile players.

    They still chose to announce it at Blizzcon because they lose nothing if the crowd was disappointed, so might as well do it.

    Mobile players are often unaware of upcoming games because every day there's a huge number of them released. The ones that bubble to the top have huge marketing campaigns behind them - Blizzard can do that no problem.

    People have every right to be upset about whatever they want - it's a bit delusional to think that Blizzard has any obligations to live up to everyone's expectations as far as what products they release.

    The core issue is - unmet expectations create disappointment,  and that is not Blizzards problem, people have to manage their own expectations 


    You think no one at Blizzard cares that this is happening?

    I'm sorry but you're wrong. They are busting their balls right now trying to keep it quiet and minimize the damage. They would not be doing that if it didn't matter.

    I am telling you that Blizzard knew about the backlash and was ready to do damage control months ago. 


    Well, the stuttering and stammering guys on the stage that everyone could see were stunned by the crowd's reaction would beg to disagree with you.

    Follow that up by the utter lack of simultaneous PR spin in the media and it's clear to everyone that this was NOT a reaction that Blizzard expected. 

    Did they recently hire Scott Hartsman or something?

    Agreed. Kano is not correct about this. Blizzard honestly thought this would be better received. To think otherwise is naïve at best.
    Yes there is a ton of money in mobile and Blizz wants in on the action. Yet NetEase is doing all the heavy lifting on this title or did already with 'Endless of God' being what this title is.  

    Blizzard completely dropped the ball with this and most of their IPs. 

    Blizzard is a shell of their former self as are their titles.  
    Their recent 'dehype' is a testament to how low they have fallen. What other company has ever made an announcement to bar their fans of becoming excited about their upcoming product? The sheer lack of confidence was just pathetic. 
    Well, the hype "overdrive" did happen after this: https://www.mmorpg.com/diablo-3/news/multiple-diablo-projects-are-in-the-works-according-to-this-dev-update-1000049438#vanilla-comments

    To be fair to Brack, he wasn't officially steering the ship at this point. This year was probably known to be a lackluster blizzcon year since probably last blizzcon, but they "had to hype it a little." Oddly, I only now know of 2 of the "multiple" diablo projects they were working on (maybe 3, I think the netflix thing got shelves?). Besides the mobile, the only other 1 I can think of is the comic. Was that really the "multiple projects" in the works?
    Phry
  • RoguewizRoguewiz Member UncommonPosts: 707
    Great a Diablo...nm, they lost me at mobile
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  • AlbatroesAlbatroes Member LegendaryPosts: 7,151
    edited November 2018
    SBFord said:
    Yeah, that's about the time the official transition started if I recall correctly. I really dont know what they could've done if those were the only 3 projects they meant by MULTIPLE. It just feels like something is off to me, especially with Diablo the supposed focus of this blizzcon. They have more stuff today dont they?
  • SBFordSBFord Former Associate EditorMember LegendaryPosts: 33,126
    Albatroes said:
    I have a feeling that those guys are "choking" on the other projects that they know are in the works but aren't allowed to speak about. :/ I feel sort of sorry for the Diablo team.
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  • RnjypsyRnjypsy Member UncommonPosts: 64
    edited November 2018
    This announcement was bad enough, but the timing of it is just ludicrous. If Blizzard had made this announcement at a mobile con as an  offshoot project or as a lead in to a major expansion or new title there may have been some concern as to resources applied to developing it, but I think real objections would have been minimal.  Instead they chose to announce it to their core player base, primarily PC player base, who had paid for tickets and travel costs to hear this tone deaf and insulting reveal.  The whole thing is just so disappointing it makes my face tired.
    Post edited by Rnjypsy on
  • LobotomistLobotomist Member RarePosts: 5,858
    SBFord said:
    Albatroes said:
    I have a feeling that those guys are "choking" on the other projects that they know are in the works but aren't allowed to speak about. :/ I feel sort of sorry for the Diablo team.
    There are no other projects

    If they even had a sliver of prototype for D4 they would mention it now to prevent loss of name.


    If anything they are working on pre-production for something. But they are unsure what it will be or how it will play. So they can not announce nothing.

    And even in best scenario it could not be released in 6-7 years from now



  • AlbatroesAlbatroes Member LegendaryPosts: 7,151
    SBFord said:
    Albatroes said:
    I have a feeling that those guys are "choking" on the other projects that they know are in the works but aren't allowed to speak about. :/ I feel sort of sorry for the Diablo team.
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  • NycteliosNyctelios Member EpicPosts: 3,793
    Gorwe said:
    DMKano said:
    Gutlard said:
    I don't like mobile games even on the can.... If gaming goes totally mobile that's when I'll know it's time to hang up the joystick, and then put down the controller after leaving the can.  :o

    Gut Out!
    Not a mobile gaming fan either but think for a minute on how many people world wide have gaming PCs, or Consoles, compared to how many own mobile devices.
    Pc is the most popular gaming device in other countries too. Its just Asian is such a huge population they skew the market in favor of mobile phones. 

    You are forgetting that mobile is about to overtake PC - it may have already done it.

    http://gs.statcounter.com/platform-market-share/desktop-mobile-tablet/worldwide

    Edit - actually PC has been playing catch up - go PC!


    Also look at places like India - 75% mobile vs 25% PC and India will overtake china by population in the next 7 years. Talk about a massive untapped market.


    http://gs.statcounter.com/platform-market-share/desktop-mobile-tablet/india


    Kano, what's the point of Blizzcon again? While pissing off people is one way of generating interest in new markets, it still doesn't fit what Blizzcon is about. At all. Plus, both Overwatch and Hearthstone would be better candidates for mobile than Diablo. And then there's always the new IP. So, again, what's the point of Blizzcon? Surely not to announce a mobile game nobody wants. It really should've been handled differently.
    Just want to point out that HearthStone has been on mobiles for over 3 years
    But its not only on mobile.
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  • SBFordSBFord Former Associate EditorMember LegendaryPosts: 33,126
    Oh my -- saw this somewhere else where Steve Jobs was speaking about how companies can get "out of touch" with making good products. It's enlightening in this situation. 


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  • KabulozoKabulozo Member RarePosts: 932
    Sorry to the people that went and paid to see that shitshow expecting real news for Diablo.
  • NycteliosNyctelios Member EpicPosts: 3,793
    I said weeks ago blizzard, despite enjoying their titles, were a shadow of their former self and got lol'ed, wtf'ed and booed to oblivion.

    Who is laughing now?

    No one. That's the point.

    I worked for years in retail. When I was wearing said retailer uniform I wasnt me anymore. My gender, orientation, religion views, hobbies - gone. When I was wearing the uniform I was there representing the company and it's values - for better or worse. And that's why I got money in exchange for my time serving said companies.

    Those devs are not working for free. They should be prepared to people pissing on them and do their job defending their project, with passion.

    If they can't... Sargeras help us all.
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  • NycteliosNyctelios Member EpicPosts: 3,793
    edited November 2018
    https://clips.twitch.tv/CalmMoralAniseBrokeBack

    (cant post them embed here for some reason)
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  • Psychos1sPsychos1s Member UncommonPosts: 184
    Looks to me like they finally ran out of idea's to steal from other companies. Would've thought if they're doing remakes they'd at least do a remake of the one original thing they ever came up with (Diablo). Also, maybe they can do a remake of the original bnet while they're at it, as it still even now shits all over the incarnation they're currently running.
  • jdnewelljdnewell Member UncommonPosts: 2,237
    Pass for me on mobile. What a terrible idea.
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